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Develop on Windows ... then Deploy on Linux

Thread began 3/18/2010 10:36 pm by yogastudents362523 | Last modified 3/19/2010 12:24 am by yogastudents362523 | 1140 views | 4 replies

yogastudents362523

Hi Office Guy,

Thanks for fast response.

[QUOTE=Office Guy-172461;49975]Not a stupid question at all.[\QUOTE]
Maybe not, but then I must be doing something silly.
My include files are not working, so I guess I must have something misconfigured.

[QUOTE=Office Guy-172461;49975]The OS doesn't really matter as long as you have the things installed that you need installed.[\QUOTE]
That was what I hoped and believed ... until ... !!!!!!

[QUOTE=Office Guy-172461;49975]Have a look here[\QUOTE]
I have WAMP rather than XAMPP, but as far as I can see from that, it should not be making a difference.

[QUOTE=Office Guy-172461;49975]If you setup Dreamweaver to use relative paths[\QUOTE]
Done.

[QUOTE=Office Guy-172461;49975]I develop on Windows, test locally, and upload to a Linux server without changing anything.[\QUOTE]
Sigh.
I need to look in some configuration files, then. My include files are not working. That's my problem right now. I think maybe I should check some Apache config files locally, and see what they say. Maybe put in some directives. Not done that before. It should be fun!!
I'll let you know how it goes. Secret handshake and all that!!!
Bye now.

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